7 Replies to “Exercise 2.12 Pixel painting”

  1. What a fantastic series Archna. It’s not just the quality (which in itself is great), but how you have used different techniques and built up one photo. Fab.


  2. Hi Archna,
    This is wonderful. I do not know how you find the time to do all this photography and research, but I am so glad that you do! I am as wide eyed and dumbstruck at your work as you are at Nick Knight’s, andI love the results. I think you have captured the cyclical journey beginning with each and returning to it in a powerful and alluring way. The tree is evocative also, very old clearly and with wonderful branching. I know I shall want to return to this series many times as each image has so much to learn form. Thank you.

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    1. Thank you, Sarah. You are way too kind. OCA has taken over my life in a wonderful way so ever since I started this course I just keep wanting to do more and more as there is so much to learn!! I am amazed that in 4 months I have learnt so much. And there is so much more to do. Sometimes your life needs a purpose and this was truly the greatest thing to happen to me at the time it did. The fact that its challenging and it forces you to get out of your comfort zone is the best thing about it. Baby steps 🙂 Yes the tree is very old and is at my dad’s farm – he planted several trees over five acres of land a long time back and now they are fully grown and beautiful. I decided to do my project “Stillness and Movement” there after I failed at it once on a different location. 🙂 Still have to upload it. I am sure you will enjoy it.


  3. Genius Archna – the end result is outstanding but it was really clever how you joined up all the different stages, and it was great to see the transition. I’ve barely touched Photoshop so far as all my work to date has been managed in Lightroom, and I can see it’s going to be a very steep learning curve!

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